My name is Henry (Hank) Holly and welcome!
The Northwest Forager was created with this one desire – to promote and inspire the knowledge of North American Wild Edibles. Please take a moment to browse the different menus and see what appeals to you. As this site continues to develop you can look forward to enjoying these following topics…
Books – A list of the most comprehensive and easy to use wild edible field guides with reviews and a link to where you can buy your very own copy.
YouTube – Browse a list of educational videos showing the identification and preparation of locally foraged wild edible plants.
Workshops – A list of local foraging workshops that bring the plant minded folk together.
Community Post – This is your page! Share your experiences by means of a story, photo, video or recipe.
Etsy – An artsy gift shop where you can buy wild-crafted seeds, ink prints and sometimes home furnishings either foraged or constructed using ecologically friendly practices.
Feel free to contact us via mail:
The Northwest Forager
PO BOX 55
Crabtree, OR 97335-0055
TheNorthwestForager.com is for inspiration and entertainment purposes only. Foraging for wild edibles is a personal choice that the individual takes at their own risk. Please use a reasonable measure of knowledge and common sense so that foraging shall be an enjoyable experience for all who choose to do so.
Always seek the advice of a health professional before touching or eating any unknown plant matter, especially if you have a history of allergies. Information provided is not designed to diagnose, prescribe, or treat any illness, or injury. Always consult a health care professional or medical doctor when suffering from any health ailment, disease, illness, or injury, or before attempting any traditional or folk remedies.
*All photographs are by Henry Holly (copyright 2018), unless associated with an outside link*
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